Tina Fey Hosts Star-Studded 'SNL' Season 43 Finale : The Two-WayThe season ender of Saturday Night Live opened Trump-style with a nod to the finale of The Sopranos. It was Fey's sixth time hosting the show and the musical guest was Nicki Minaj.
Tina Fey Hosts Star-Studded 'SNL' Season 43 Finale
Robert Mueller (Robert De Niro) happens upon President Trump's (Alec Baldwin) dinner with Rudy Giuliani (Kate McKinnon), Michael Cohen (Ben Stiller) and Eric and Donald Trump Jr. (Mikey Day, Alex Moffat).
The season's last episode of Saturday Night Live opened with a nod to Tony Soprano including Journey's "Don't Stop Believin'" playing on the jukebox.
President Trump, played by Alec Baldwin, was sitting alone in a New Jersey diner, just like the one on the finale of HBO's The Sopranos, when he was joined by Kate McKinnon as Trump lawyer Rudy Giuliani, who joked he was on Fox News "like 20 times" the other night.
Ben Stiller, reprising his role as Trump's personal lawyer Michael Cohen, joined the table and when asked how his day at work went, he replied, "really bad." "Mostly just preparing to go to jail and stuff."
Donald Trump Jr., played by Mikey Day, arrived at the table and explained that Alex Moffat's Eric Trump was outside trying to "parallel park" his big wheel.
Special counsel Robert Mueller, played by Robert De Niro, entered the diner and sat down, but apparently Trump was the only one who could see him. It's been one year since the investigation into Russian election interference began.
As the Mueller character walked past Trump, he gave him the menacing "I have my eyes on you" sign. And just like the last episode of The Sopranos, the scene cut to black.
Host Tina Fey takes questions from audience members Jerry Seinfeld, Benedict Cumberbatch, Chris Rock, Robert De Niro, Fred Armisen, Anne Hathaway and Donald Glover, and gets a birthday surprise from Tracy Morgan.
It was Tina Fey's sixth time hosting the show and her musical guest was Nicki Minaj.
During Fey's monologue, she took questions from the star-studded audience — which included Jerry Seinfeld, asking if the show has too many celebrity cameos.
More celebrity cameos followed: Benedict Cumberbatch, Chris Rock, Fred Armisen, Anne Hathaway, Tracy Morgan and Donald Glover, who hosted recently and wondered if he left his hat in the dressing room.
Also getting in on the cameo action was Hamilton creator and star Lin-Manuel Miranda, who appeared in a behind-the-scenes look at Fey's new Broadway musical Mean Girls.